Fire and Ice Photo Tour 2010 – Dawn Traverse

The photos below are images Dawn Traverse created while on the 2010 Fire and Ice Photo Tour.

©Dawn Traverse

Beauty Creek, Jasper National Park, Alberta

©Dawn Traverse

Athabasca Falls, Jasper National Park, Alberta

©Dawn Traverse

Coleman Creek, Banff National Park, Alberta

©Dawn Traverse

Tree Trunk along Mistaya Canyon, Banff National Park, Alberta

©Dawn Traverse

Preachers Point, Kootenay Plains Alberta, Canada

©Dawn Traverse

Preachers Point, Kootenay Plains Alberta, Canada

6 Responses to “Fire and Ice Photo Tour 2010 – Dawn Traverse”

  1. Sonia Wadsworth Says:

    Lovely images Dawn. I particularly like No.6. the colours on the ice in the foreground are very rich, well done.

  2. Great shots, Dawn. I particularly like your second one with the small piece of ice and the flowing water. I want to reach out and touch it. Your last shot at Preachers Point is great too. The bubbles in the ice really and reflections on the ice really draw the observer towards the mountains and the sunrise. Nicely done!

  3. What a lovely set Dawn! My fave is the last shot and I really dig the vantage point and ice formations Great red/orange colours!

  4. This is a great set of images Dawn. My favorites are 2 (a very tricky exposure well mastered) and 6 with the beautiful colors in the sky reflected on the ice with its bubbles.

  5. Good stuff Dawn. Talking fav’s I like the Stanley Falls and Athabasca Falls shots very much, probably followed by the icy rock and the vertical shot of the sunrise (looks like a scene out of Lord of the Rings…). Keep up the good work!

  6. Darren Barclay Says:

    Great shots Dawn. I really like the Coleman Creek shot and the last Preacher’s Point shot is wicked! Can’t get enough of them bubbles!

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